- Charles Robinson reports that Chiefs co-director of player personnel Brett Veach’s name is starting to circulate around the league as a name to watch for the Bills’ GM position.
- Albert Breer reports that the Colts have let VP of football operations Jimmy Raye III go, as new GM Chris Ballard works to restructure the team’s scouting department.
Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports the Eagles attempted to trade up for RB Dalvin Cook in the second round. However, it was the Vikings who were able to secure a trade up the board to get the Florida State produce.
The Eagles waited until round four to take RB Donnel Pumphrey.
McLane mentions that veteran RB Ryan Mathews will likely end up being a roster cut for the Eagles, so they can afford to sign their draft picks.
“Ryan Mathews is on this team,” Roseman said of his status with the team. “Can I tell you anyone who is going to be on this team in September, and we’re here in April?”
Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome made it clear that they still plan to bring in some more players in the coming weeks.
“You know there are going to be players that are going to be released after the draft,” Newsome said, via BaltimoreRavens.com. “There are going to be players that are going to be released in training camp. We are not done. The draft is a big part of it, and we are not done with the 53-man squad that we are going to play with when we open up against Cincinnati.”
One position worth keeping an eye on for the Ravens is wide receiver, according to Newsome.
“Am I going to be spending between now and up until we play Cincinnati to continue to improve the football team and try to get an additional wide receiver? Yes,” Newsome said. “We will continue to work to get that done.”